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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we’re reading this week.
- The new fall issue of Sleep Retailer is out! Access the issue digitally here or via web stories on Sleepretailer.com here. Happy reading!
- USA Today talks about financing offers in the bedding and mattress industry.
- Consumer Reports speaks out about child safety among mattress products claiming that many should be recalled.
- Ashley Furniture HomeStore opened a new location in Panama City. We’ve got the story from Sleep Retailer.
- Forbes wrote about examples of experiential retail in the pet industry.
- The Motley Fool wonders if Target’s brand strategy will work for Bed, Bath and Beyond.
- Brooklyn Bedding is joining sponsors for the Ante4Autism event at the winter Las Vegas market. Learn more from Furniture Today.
- Tempur-Pedic received a #1 ranking in JD Power’s 2019 mattress satisfaction report. Get the scoop from Sleep Retailer.
- Floyd is launching a mattress and Fast Company wrote about it, Curbed covered it and Architectural Digest’s Clever reviewed it.
- Should you buy Casper stock at the IPO? Money Morning has some ideas for you.
- Morgan Stanley says that Amazon’s one day delivery is the next biggest threat to retailers. CNBC has the story.
- Art Van’s 11th annual charity challenge raised 1.426 million earlier this month. Read all about it at Sleepretailer.com.
- USA Today rounded up the most popular boxed beds in this list.
- Consumer Reports rounded up the best places to buy a mattress.
- Chain Store Age had a Q&A with Nectar.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Los Angeleno talks about the co-living craze.
- Washingtonian wrote about how poor sleep habits are ruining health.
- In this story from the New York Times, learn how walking can impact your sleep.
- Ever wonder what having your phone next to you while you sleep does? Bustle did and they wrote an article about it.
- According to NPR, working Americans are getting less sleep—especially those who save our lives.
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